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This rover has two vacuums on each side that sucks up regolith into a pocket in its body. The rover carries about 2.5 pounds per trip. It has an antenna on the body by the wheels and it is connected to the people controlling it all the way from Earth. The body is static-proof to keep the regolith from getting in the base and stopping the rover. There are two poles on each side connecting the wheels so the wheels don’t fall off or break. The wheels are spiky for crawling over big rocks or if it gets stuck in a crater, it can easily back up to the moon’s surface. It will move faster per trip with less regolith.